Factors affecting the cost of an inground pool

Inground pool prices may vary based on the following factors:

  1. The size of the pool: Bigger pools are more expensive because they require more construction materials, labor, landscaping work, chemicals, and so on.
  2. The depth of the pool: Deeper pools cost more because they require more labor and more construction materials.
  3. The materials used: Materials used definitely affect the cost of an inground pool. For example, Gunite is considered a premium material and will cost more than a vinyl pool. The cost of a fiberglass pool will range between the cost of a vinyl and gunite pool.
  4. The style: Choosing a more complex style, can go above and beyond an inground pool’s average cost.
  5. The location: The cost of living in your area will determine what you will pay for materials and the final cost of installing an inground pool. You will also need to pay for permits depending on your location.
  6. Added features: The price will increase if you plan to add more features and pool extras.

Contact Westrock Pools and Spa for Inground Pool Installation.

We offer many styles and shapes of inground pools. Customers are free to select their ideal pool for their individual needs, space, and taste. Quality workmanship done within budget and on schedule are among the factors that make Westrock Pool & Spa the premier swimming pool company in the tri-state area. Call us at 845-367-9377 or email us at info@westrockpools.com.

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